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5 Resume Hacks for 2020 Job Seekers

Professional Resume Services

Finding that first job after graduating or starting a career change can be one of life’s greatest challenges. Getting a solid job in the industry you want to work in, however, can open doors to success that lasts a lifetime. That makes landing a strategic job worth all the effort you put into it. Read more » The post 5 Resume Hacks for 2020 Job Seekers appeared first on Executive Resume Services.

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Sklover’s Thoughts for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“Honey, people will be fine when you take what they give you. But, oh, no, dear. be careful if you ask for more.” ” – Kamala Harris’s Mother to Young Kamala. How astute. What a great lesson. Some people think that, if you ask for what you believe you deserve, or what you are worth, then you are “too ambitious,” “overly aggressive,” “demanding,” or even “ungrateful.” Don’t fall prey to such nonsense.

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How You Can Help Your Workers Return

Evil HR Lady

During the coronavirus pandemic, my employees have all worked remotely. When restrictions are eased, how should I respond to those who want to continue to work remotely? And what can I do to help ease their concerns as they do return? To read my answer, click here: How You Can Help Your Workers Return. Leave your answer in the comments! The post How You Can Help Your Workers Return appeared first on Evil HR Lady. Comstock

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Pandemic/Recession Notes: It's Going to Get Hard to Recruit Candidates in Stable Situations (The Best Hire Ever Podcast).

The HR Capitalist

If there's one thing I learned in the last recession that's going to help me this time around, it's this: All things being equal, when we are deep in a recession, reasonable people in stable employment situations are less likely to jump to a new job. I know what you're saying - you've got multiple examples where that's not the case. I hear you, but note the start of the statement above - "all things being equal". When we're in a recession, which we are as I write this in 2020 (pandemic, even!),

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Job Search Strategies: How To Access The Hidden Job Market

Career Advice Guy

Candidates often ask what the hidden job market really is and more importantly, how they can take advantage of it. Read More. The post Job Search Strategies: How To Access The Hidden Job Market appeared first on The Career Advice Guy. Strategies

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Are You Using These Retention Strategies?

Water Cooler Wisdom

Customer retention is the strategy of  engaging customers so that they're motivated to continue purchasing from you. As a business owner, you may have tried many approaches to improve your business, but have you looked at your customer engagement efforts? While customer retention isn't an exact science, these innovative customer retention programs are worth a look. Just be sure to look at all strategies through the COVID lens of grace and sensitivity. #1: 1: Education.

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Continue To Advance Your Career Through COVID-19

Corn on the Job

Your career is important, and just because COVID-19 is now getting in the way of things, doesn’t mean that you have to stop taking steps to advance your career. There are still plenty of things that you can do to help aid your career advancement, even if you’re not in the workplace right now, and that’s what we’re going to be focusing on in this article. If you want to find out more about this topic, keep reading down below to find out more. Image Location – CC0 Licence.

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should I try to steal my old coworker’s job, are cotton clothes less professional, and more

Ask a Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Should I try to take my old coworker’s job? I quit my job last February. A coworker was promoted to my position. She was totally unprepared and unqualified, and I have been secretly helping her ever since. She contacts me almost daily with questions and crises. Now I desperately need a job, and wonder if I should try to get my old job back. The boss is happy with Shanna, but has no clue that I am still “training” her.

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you should be giving your interns mock interviews

Ask a Manager

A reader writes; My husband and I were having a water cooler chat in our kitchen today (we’re working remotely on different floors) and he mentioned something he’d been doing this week that I thought was brilliant. He’s a software engineering manager at a medium-sized division of a huge international corporation that does many things — so his division is essentially a tech firm inside a different industry.

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someone sent our company revenge porn of our employee

Ask a Manager

A reader writes: I’m in a senior position for a large public organization, and deal with correspondence and sensitive HR issues. Today our office received an email from a throwaway/burner address about a young, relatively junior female member of staff. It contained screenshots of her on an app that allows you to make money by livestreaming (I’m old and didn’t know what the app was, but have Googled it and it seems pretty popular as a dating app).

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